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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Dense vegetation consisting of stunted trees or bushes.

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  • Another feature of the chaparral is the scrub oak.
  • In many cases a plant called chaparral or it's scrub oaks or it's the low grasses that grow with it.
  • There were also thick, gray thornbushes called chaparral, interlaced amid the equally thorny mesquite.
  • Thickets of bushes and small juniper trees called chaparral replaced the tall grass touted by early settlers. for more
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